Causes

Our experience has led us to the conclusion that there are several conditions, related to each other and often present simultaneously, which cause a serious decline in the capacity, inherent to all organisms, of self-healing. We have identified the following conditions: – Chronic heavy metal poisoning. – Atypical and occult infections caused by viruses, bacteria, [...]

Le intolleranze alimentari possono essere collegate ai tumori?

 

(Italiano) La malattia dell’eccesso di respirazione (iperventilazione)

 

The Intestine and Probiotics

  That the well-being of the whole body depends on intestinal equilibrium is a concept that has been widely documented by scientific research, which has recently highlighted the extraordinary physiological complexity of the intestine. Apart from that which it plays in digestion, the intestine has been attributed with other important roles in metabolic, neuroendocrine and [...]

Natural Chelating Agents

Chelation therapy using synthetic chelating agents can have side effects and is advisable only in cases of acute poisoning, where treatment cannot be delayed because of the health risk involved. In all other cases a more delicate approach is preferable, allowing the excess toxic metals to be removed over a period of a few weeks [...]

Chelation Therapy and Toxic Metals

In Italy chelation therapy is performed intravenously using the chemical agent EDTA (Ethylene Diamine Tetra-Acetic Acid), which is a molecule capable of binding to metal ions, forming inactive soluble compounds. This allows them to be eliminated from the body by the kidneys and the urine. There are other substances used in other countries for this [...]

Lack of Oxygen at the cellular level

The metabolism of healthy cells is aerobic, that is the cells function correctly in the presence of sufficient oxygen. A normal healthy cell burns oxygen and glucose (blood sugar), producing the energy necessary for its metabolism, and releases carbon dioxide. In certain circumstances, for example if the capacity of the blood to carry oxygen is [...]

Chronic Calcium deficiency

In order for our metabolism to work properly many minerals are necessary: usually these are provided by our food. Calcium, however, plays a predominant role in numerous metabolic processes and its deficiency can lead to the development of various kinds of pathologies. Apart from being abundantly present in our bones, it is essential to cellular [...]

Alteration in the acid-alkaline balance

We, specially those of us of Western culture, are used to believing that our organism is a machine capable of metabolising whatever we put into it. We leave it to our senses to decide what is palatable or acceptable. Actually, the human body is a very sophisticated system with exceptional qualities, which, in order to [...]

Candida

Candida albicans is a yeast (= single cell fungus) which lives in our organism, especially in the intestine, in symbiosis with the micro-organisms of our “friendly” flora. In certain conditions, when the organism is weakened due to pre-existing causes, this yeast transforms itself, it “aggregates” and takes on the characteristics of a multicellular fungus, thus [...]